Let's Talk Quebec / Discutons Ensemble


Niksyk8
#31
More from your favorite students from Concordia University !


Let's Talk, Quebec !



What can be done to come to resolution?


The French avoid speaking English, the English avoid speaking French and both accommodate the other.


What role do emotions play when negotiating conflict?


How does your conflict style escalate the conflict?


What are the commonalities among French and English?


Your insights and comments are very appreciated!


Thank you very much for participating!


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Niksyk8
#32
Our team thanks everyone, including our professor, Ron Thiessen, for contributing to the success of our final group project. We will remain as moderators, Discutons Ensemble, Quebec / Let's talk, Quebec !
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Notre equipe tient a remercier tout le monde, incluant notre professeur, Ron Thiessen, pour faire notre project de groupe final un succes. Nous restons comme moderateurs, Discutons Ensemble, Quebec / Let's Talk Quebec !
 
Machjo
#33
Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolf View Post

I know some people who speak Klingon, Romulan and Pig Latin too. Which one have you heard before?

I've heard of each, have heard some of each on TV long ago, but know none of them. But I would guess that, except for Pig Latin which would be even more difficult to learn than English since it is English with added rules, Klingon and Romulan are probably much easier to learn since they would have been devised with busy actors in mind.

Quote: Originally Posted by Niksyk8 View Post

Very funny everyone... you may want to check out a unique anglo perspective on how easy things are for the english in quebec in comparison to the rest of the francophones in canada at facebook discutons ensemble /let's talk quebec or snaek peek at Kathleen Wynne apologizes formally for 1912 ban on French in schools - Toronto - CBC News.

It's interesting to note that Ontario has reversed the prohibition on French schools but not German schools. The two founding races and all that jazz I suppose.

Quote: Originally Posted by Johnnny View Post

I heard she did apologized for something that happened 100 years ago. Also I'm from Northern Ontario and no one is Restricting the use of the French Language.

If it's no problem then why the stupid bill 101? Restricting someone the use of an official language sounds counter intuitive to the point your making?

To say the English have it better in Quebec than the French have it in Ontario is kind of silly because there are no police cracking down on the use of the French Language when advertising for example.

We can't presume that all French Quebecers agree with Bill 101.
 
tay
#34
Organizers of this year's St. Jean Baptiste celebrations in Montreal have issued an apology to anyone offended by the sight of black teens pushing floats carrying white people during Saturday's parade.

A video recorded at the parade and posted online shows pop singer Annie Villeneuve on a float being pushed by what appears to be only people of colour dressed in what many said looked like the rags of slaves. Surrounding the float were droves of choir members, all dressed in white.

The video has been shared more than 15,000 times as many viewers comment how the float resembled a historical depiction of slavery.
But parade organizers say that depicting slavery was never their intention.

"Certainly, the team never intended to relay a racist image," according to a French-language statement released on Monday.

Black teens pushing float weren't meant to resemble slaves, parade organizers say | CTV News